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Posted March 23, 2007

Madison Steff
Staff Writer

Cal Poly Pomona has taken its concern for the environment and its well-being to another level by providing students and alumni with the opportunity to live in an environmentally friendly community.

The Regenerative Cooperative of Pomona, also known as the Regen, located north of downtown Pomona, was founded in 1999 by graduates of Cal Poly Pomona’s Center for Regenerative Studies to promote community-friendly environmentally-oriented housing.

The communal boarding house strives to incorporate sustainable and regenerative principles into the everyday lives of students and alumni.

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